On the second day back to work, Oliver continues to love the cozy. My fleece pajamas and fuzzy robe are his favorite. And if he can find a cozy spot on my lap? All the better.
He just wishes I’d stop clicking right by his ear.
I did have to get up and get dressed because I’m kitteh sitting for a friend this week.
I came home and sat down briefly to send an email.
Obi was there in second to make sure I didn’t move again. We’ll have none of that leaving stuff when there’s snuggling to do.
I was allowed off the couch, briefly, when The Boy came home. I used the opportunity to restart our Roku to see if the TV quality would improve. The opening sequence is the letters r-o-k-u falling onto the screen.
Obi’s eyes got wide. Do it again.
It reminded me that there is a channel for cats on Roku. We looked and found a free channel that looks really lame. The one we wanted is a dollar a month. That’s too much.
Obi knew there was a limit to my love.
Then we watched a show he heard me call Downton Tabby. He watched the whole time and never saw a cat. In fact, those people have a dog!
Obi’s life is full of disappointment.
I talked about blocking my squares of yarn the other day. The instructions told me to use a block of foam covered in batting but I just used some pieces of foam core that The Boy saved from recycling at work. A friend asked me if it seemed to be working and I mentioned the batting might have been important because the blocks weren’t drying as quickly as I expected.
You know what helps yarn dry more quickly?
Your grey kitten not peeing on them, that’s what.
So now I need directions for washing my squares.
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